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Bridget Middleton Bridget Middleton | 12:43 UK time, Friday, 12 November 2010

"Yesterday we announced that we will start to roll out BBC iPlayer across the BT Vision platform next month. By April next year, every one of the 520,000 BT Vision set-top boxes installed should be able to access our catch-up video on demand (VOD) service at no extra cost.

In order to support BBC iPlayer, BT Vision will update the software on their boxes, rolling it out gradually across their customer base. Once a box is upgraded, our app can be launched from BT Vision's main menu, giving access to more than 400 hours of new TV programmes and many more hours of BBC radio each week."

Gideon Summerfield, the Product Manager of TV iPlayer has written about BBC iPlayer on BT Vision. You can read Gideon’s post in full and comment on the Internet Blog. 


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